Your folding PC future is almost here: Intel launches Lakefield CPUs

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News Story Source: CNet
Intel's Lakefield processor architecture arrives Wednesday in new Core i5-L16G7 and i3-L13G4 chips that look to challenge Qualcomm's processor platform in the pursuit of full-day battery life for Windows laptops. The new Cores come at a time when Apple is reportedly breaking away from Intel to produce computer CPUs based around its own ARM-hybrid architecture, kin of the A13 and family used in its iPhones and iPads. 

Like phone processors, these chips mix high- and low-power cores, routing tasks as necessary to provide more efficient use of the battery. Intel's hyped them for novel dual-screen and folding devices such as the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold and Samsung Galaxy Book S — the latter uses a Qualcomm chip but will have a model built on Intel — predominantly because of their dual graphics pipelines, designed to drive multiple displays. 

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